Solar activity and global climate

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"A set of data that supports the suggestion of a direct influence of solar activity on global climate is the variation of the solar cycle length. This record closely matches the long-term variations of the Northern Hemisphere land air temperature during the past 130 years." Science 1 November 1991: Vol. 254. no. 5032, pp. 698 - 700

  • Many scientists have observed correlations between the solar magnetic activity, which is reflected in the sunspot frequency, and climate parameters at the Earth. [1]